In troubling times, we feel like it’s worth posting this 2-minute clip of Dr. Martin Luther King. https://t.co/89zd6eyLdY
“We are already living under socialism. Socialism for the rich. The problem is, as Dr. Martin Luther King reminded us, we h...
Martin Luther King Jr. was a Democratic Socialist
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30 Most Unforgettable Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes #martinlutherkingjrquotes #quotes #sayingimages
Martin Luther King Jr. // The March on Washington, 1963
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“Don’t tell me what I can’t do”
This is bullshit, this whole thing is bullshit, it’s a scam, fuck the church
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there is no such thing as unskilled labour
I’ll keep saying it.
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Martin Luther translates the bible (1534)
So much to be learned through the innocent eyes of our children
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Martin luther stapling the 95 theses to the cathedral door 1517 (colorised and restored)
Martin Luther responding to the pope after his excommunication from the Roman Catholic Church (1521)
Martin Luther King Jr delivers his civil rights speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C (1963)
Martin Luther responding to the pope after his excommunication from the Roman Catholic Church (1521).
Martin Luther questions the catholic church (1517)
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. being thrown into Jail. Birmingham, Alabama (1963)
Martin Luther King Jr. writing the first official N-word pass (1962)
The first N-word pass (1962)
The FBI after they designate Martin Luther King Jr. a communist sympathizer (1968, colorized)